Elk v. Wilkins
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|United States Supreme Court case that held that an Indian cannot make himself a citizen of the United States without the consent and co-operation of the government. — Excerpted from Elk v. Wilkins on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.Elk v. Wilkins, 112 U.S. 94 (1884), was a|
A. J. Poppleton and J. L. Webster, for plaintiff in error.
G. M. Lamberton, for defendant in error.
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